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Janice Buckingham
Partner

Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP

Janice Buckingham, Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP

Janice’s practice focuses on the development, acquisition and divestiture of complex energy production, infrastructure, liquefaction, transportation and storage projects in Canada. She represents clients in upstream, midstream and downstream asset and share purchase, sale and swap transactions, as well as joint venture development, ownership and operation of conventional and unconventional energy resources and infrastructure across Canada. Janice also advises clients on various aspects of independent power development and on all types of contractual issues arising from industry standard form and negotiated production sharing, processing, transportation, storage, marketing, construction, participation, joint operating and service-related agreements. Her practice is complemented by eight years of business experience where she was responsible for negotiating industry agreements and the establishment and implementation of corporate governance practices and continuous disclosure compliance.


Year Called to the Bar:1996 (AB)
450 1st St SW, Suite 2500
Calgary, AB
Phone: (403) 260-7006
Fax: (403) 260-7024
E-mail: jbuckingham@osler.com

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